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Pub Walks in Dorset

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A guide for walkers to some of the best, most beautiful places in Dorset.  The country pubs, upon which each walk is based, have all been chosen for their good food, range of ales, history and character.

The 20 circular walks vary in length from 2½ - 5¾ miles and each numbered walk description matches with the numbers on the accompanying map so that walkers can see at a glance where they are along the route. There are also details on how to get to the start, where to park and what places can be seen en route.

The walks include coastal paths at Kingston, Abbotsbury and Eype; woodland walks at Lytchett Minster, Corfe Mullen and Stoke Abbot; downland routes at Sixpenny Handley, Norton and Corfe Castle; and riverside walks at Tarrant Gunville, Moreton, Shillingstone and Hinton St. Mary. In addition there are also walks in pretty valleys as at Winterbourne Stickland and Cattistock and through picturesque villages such as Loders and Piddletrenthide. Along the way there is the chance to see Sturt's Folly, a six storey brick tower; the grave of Lawrence of Arabia; a church pulpit canopy with two bullet holes in it; a Roman road; stained-glass windows by Lawrence Whistler; the pub where Thomas Hardy was a regular and several old railway trackbeds.

A5 (softcover) 96 pages

Author: Anne-Marie Edwards

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